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Walks for All

Please note due to coastal erosion experienced in the storms of January/February 2014 walks 3 and 13 are no longer accessible for wheelchairs.

The walks vary in difficulty and are ideal for families with young children or pushchairs, less able bodied people, and anyone that just wants a leisurely stroll.

Walks for allSome walks have been surfaced to provide access for wheelchairs, others are footpaths or bridleways where the natural surface has not been changed. As a general guide, we have divided the walks into 'Easy Access Walks' and 'Adventure Walks'.

Easy Access Walks are the most accessible. Surfaces are hard and smooth and gradients are gentle: any gradients steeper than 1:20 (5%) are mentioned in the directions and indicated on the walk map.

Adventure Walks are longer, surfaces can be varied and gradients less gentle, although all gradients steeper than 1:12 (8.3%) are mentioned in the directions and indicated on the walk map.

 

Click on the red icons on the map below to view the walks in the Walks for All guide.

WalksAmroth - Colby Please note due to coastal erosion experienced in the storms of January/February 2014 this walk is no longer accessible for wheelchairs. Haroldston Chins St Davids Airfield Carew Millpond Stackpole Quay - Lily Ponds Stack Rocks - St Govans Head West Angle St Ishmaels Marloes Peninsula St Govans Head Please note due to coastal erosion experienced in the storms of January/February 2014 this walk is no longer accessible for wheelchairs. Porthgain - Clifftop Pwllgwaelod - Cwmyreglwys Newport Parrog - Cwm Newport Town & Estuary Coppethall - Stepaside

 

 

 

At its most basic, slopes are gentler the higher the second number, i.e. a 1:8 gradient is steeper than a 1:15 gradient. For comparison: a 1:12 slope is the steepest allowed on ramps giving access to buildings in Britain.

You'll also find information about accessible beaches and viewpoints by using the menu on the left of the page, as well as a list of relevant publications and organisations.

Safety first!

Some routes include stretches along the cliff-tops, where great care needs to be taken, especially in wet or windy weather. Always keep well away from the cliff edge.